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Reasons2Remain
We’re scheduled to lose our citizenship rights in March 2019. It will be a HUGE loss Share ’s report:
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Shirley Davenport Aug 10
And what about those of us with work that takes us to Europe? Are we to lose our livelihoods?
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Adrian Foley Aug 10
Just received my new UK driving licence. Could not help but notice the union Jack flag is now printed on it. Europe flag still there though
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Kathy Cellucci Aug 11
thats a damn shame.. this govt and usa have alot in common with doing what people do NOT want.
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ChicaMusique Aug 11
It's destrying everything we'd planned.
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Reasons2Remain Aug 13
Back to the past? Yes, we'll have no choice. But why volunteer to lose rights that give us so many benefits? It makes no sense.
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Kenny Priestley Aug 21
More than happy to give mine up in order to take back control of our borders and once again become GREAT BRITAIN
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Minister Mark Aug 21
That is a travel document and it didn't/doesn't give you the right to work
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Reasons2Remain Aug 21
Replying to @MarkinCW5 @Jon_Danzig
EU Citizenship gives us the right to live, work, travel or retire across the EU and EEA. Our passport confirms EU citizenship status..
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Minister Mark Aug 21
Doesn't give the right to work
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Reasons2Remain Aug 21
Replying to @MarkinCW5 @Jon_Danzig
European citizenship gives us the right to live, work, study or retire across our continent. The passport confirms our European Citizenship
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Minister Mark Aug 21
Gives you the right to look for it but getting it is different
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Reasons2Remain Aug 21
Replying to @MarkinCW5 @Jon_Danzig
Of course. The right to work in a country is not the same as the right to be offered a job.
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Minister Mark Aug 21
The reality is the jobs aren't there! Higher unemployment in member states than UK
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Minister Mark Aug 21
The work in is fantasy why do you think they are all here?
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Reasons2Remain Aug 21
Replying to @MarkinCW5 @Jon_Danzig
Over one million Brits live across the EU/EEA, the vast majority for work.
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H Aug 23
Visas. To go to Europe 😪 Never though I would have to consider such nonsense.
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Martin Ricketts Aug 23
The leaver majority probably never left the shores of their country except to go to Benidorm, and are therefore not concerned with this.
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Hector Skill Aug 23
For me it's the only loss i care about....
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H Aug 23
The process is not the issue. Having to pay for what is currently free is. Remoaner or not.
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